Warriors coach Mark Jackson said Thursday that not having a contract extension past next season does not bother him.

"There is not a piece of me that's bothered that an extension has not been agreed upon or anything of that nature," Jackson said on his weekly radio show on KNBR. "We move forward. I had the deal. They picked up my option for next year, and I think that obviously speaks volumes even though for some folks it doesn't say anything."

Jackson also said that he appreciated Stephen Curry's vote of confidence in response to a Yahoo Sports report on the team's "increasingly dysfunctional atmosphere" in the wake of assistant coach Brian Scalabrine's reassignment earlier this week. Curry said he and the rest of the team supported Jackson 100 percent.

"Obviously he's a guy that had an opportunity and a platform to show his loyalty, his support for me," Jackson said of Curry. "I don't take it for granted, and it's not a surprise because he knows how I feel about him."

Jackson didn't seem sure how much of a factor the support of Curry and his teammates would be in influencing his contract status. Curry had said he hoped the team's decision-makers would ask his opinion on Jackson.

"It depends on who's making the decision," Jackson said. "To some ownership groups or management groups, it means a lot. To some, it doesn't matter what franchise players or players feel, it's business as usual. I don't know.